Murshidabad silk saree – pride of bengal

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Though the art of weaving silk saris were originated about 200 years back in Southern parts of India, the demand for silk in India ensured that the art of weaving this textile was spread all across the country. One of the places, where the process was replicated and Silk Sari’s were woven is Bengal.This shiny and lustrous fabric was developed and manufactured in bulk at the Murshidabad Silk Hub of Bengal. Needless to say, the silk produced from this region was referred to as the Murshidabad Silk Saree.

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Murshidabad silk saree – pride of bengal

  1. 1. Murshidabad Silk Saree – Pride of Bengal Though the art of weaving silk saris were originated about 200 years back in Southern parts of India, the demand for silk in India ensured that the art of weaving this textile was spread all across the country. One of the places, where the process was replicated and Silk Sari’s were woven is Bengal.This shiny and lustrous fabric was developed and manufactured in bulk at the Murshidabad Silk Hub of Bengal. Needless to say, the silk produced from this region was referred to as the Murshidabad Silk Saree. sarees,salwar kameez,wedding lehenga,bridal sarees,party wear sarees,wedding sarees
  2. 2. Types of Silk Sari
  3. 3. Block prints Murshidabad silk is often used to make block print saris. As the name suggests it is basically printed attire where the motifs are in the form of blocks. These motifs can be in the form of patterns, shapes or other figurines. The art of using block prints on silk is quite predominant in the eastern parts of India. Bengal is famous for its block prints that adorn the silk saree. sarees,salwar kameez,wedding lehenga,bridal sarees,party wear sarees,wedding sarees
  4. 4. Matka Silk This is another variant of Bengal Silk. This particular variant of Bengal Silk is slightly thick and coarser than the others. The woven attires are generally stiff in nature and ideal for a formal wear as it drapes very well and has a stiff look about it. sarees,salwar kameez,wedding lehenga,bridal sarees,party wear sarees,wedding sarees
  5. 5. Applique Sari Applique Silk Sari is another famous type of silk sari found in the Bengal Region. This Sari is mainly a silk fabric adorned with colorful cut outs of other fabric. Here the patterns are not printed on the silk. Rather the patterns or hand embroidery are done on other fabrics and then they are cut in a way that the cut out is stitched on the silk fabric.
  6. 6. KanthaStitch Bengal is famous for its Kantha Stitch Sari. This is a special type of hand stitch that is used to make beautiful embroidered bridal sarees patterns all over the sari. Generally, these kanthasari’s are an expensive variant and are mostly made on silk fabric alone. The kantha work or the embroidery on the silk fabric is often done in contrast colors, so that the hand embroidery is highlighted and prominent.
  7. 7. Murshidabad Silk Saree They are well known amongst the saree lovers circuit. They are synonymous with being of the best quality and are supposed to be easy to maintain. These are known to lustrous and are available in a plethora of options and price range. The cost of saree depends on the quality of fabric and the work on it. sarees,salwar kameez,wedding lehenga,bridal sarees,party wear sarees,wedding sarees
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